Gastrointestinal Health News and Research

Latest Gastrointestinal Health News and Research

Impact of obesity on treatment of chronic hepatitis C

Impact of obesity on treatment of chronic hepatitis C

Humans are a cocktail of bacteria and human cells

Humans are a cocktail of bacteria and human cells

Just a few extra pounds increases women's risk of reflux

Just a few extra pounds increases women's risk of reflux

Gene variation linked to more severe Crohn's disease

Gene variation linked to more severe Crohn's disease

Fatigue is a major problem after liver transplantation

Fatigue is a major problem after liver transplantation

Naltrexone relief for Crohn's sufferers

Naltrexone relief for Crohn's sufferers

Cognitive behavioral therapy effective in treating irritable bowel syndrome

Cognitive behavioral therapy effective in treating irritable bowel syndrome

Research may lead to new treatments for intestinal disorders

Research may lead to new treatments for intestinal disorders

Largest U.S. hepatitis C trial yields treatment insights

Largest U.S. hepatitis C trial yields treatment insights

Arthritis drug wins approval for use in children with Crohn's disease

Arthritis drug wins approval for use in children with Crohn's disease

Study shows strong association between treatment with TNF-blocking antibodies and development of serious infections

Study shows strong association between treatment with TNF-blocking antibodies and development of serious infections

Levofloxacin-based triple therapy against persistent ulcer-inducing bacteria successful

Levofloxacin-based triple therapy against persistent ulcer-inducing bacteria successful

Trial of hepatitis C vaccine underway

Trial of hepatitis C vaccine underway

Saint Louis University hunt for a Hepatitis C vaccine

Saint Louis University hunt for a Hepatitis C vaccine

New treatment against persistent ulcer-inducing bacteria successful

New treatment against persistent ulcer-inducing bacteria successful

Hypnotherapy relieves chest pain not linked to heart disease

Hypnotherapy relieves chest pain not linked to heart disease

Researchers find genetic "signature" that accurately identifies colon cancer

Researchers find genetic "signature" that accurately identifies colon cancer

Drug firms in the business of 'diseasemongering'

Drug firms in the business of 'diseasemongering'

Men's and women's brains behave differently

Men's and women's brains behave differently

Photodynamic therapy may become the first line of treatment for Barrett's esophagus

Photodynamic therapy may become the first line of treatment for Barrett's esophagus

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